Reasonable Measures Sample Clauses

Reasonable Measures. 5.1 References in the context of any requirement in this Annex B to National Grid Gas taking “Reasonable Measures” are references to National Grid Gas taking all such operational and technical measures which National Grid Gas, acting as a Reasonable and Prudent Operator, might reasonably be expected to take in order to secure compliance with such requirements.
Reasonable Measures. 3.1 Subject to paragraph 3.2, National Grid Gas shall take all Reasonable Measures but shall not be required to take measures beyond Reasonable Measures to secure the compliance of Exit Gas with the Qualified Requirements; and accordingly the Applicable Offtake Requirements shall be deemed to be relaxed (and Exit Gas shall not be considered as not complying therewith) to the extent that National Grid Gas is unable to secure, by taking such Reasonable Measures, that Exit Gas complies with the Qualified Requirements.
Reasonable Measures. Lessee and Lessee's Parties shall take all reasonable measures to reduce to a minimum vibrations that may tend to damage any equipment, structure, building, or portion of a building on the Premises or located elsewhere on the Airport, and to keep the sound level of their operations as low as possible. Operation of aircraft within federal noise requirements is not a violation of this provision.
Reasonable Measures. After being served with a copy of an order pursuant to this subsection: ★(A) OPERATORS.
Reasonable Measures. An Agency Contractor will not be deemed to be discriminating in the provision of Benefits where, after taking all reasonable measures, the Agency Contractor is unable to end discrimination in Benefits and instead provides the closest approximation of equal Benefits available. If the cost of providing the closest approximation of equal Benefits is at least 33 percent less expensive than the cost of providing equal Benefits, the Agency Contractor must also make a Cash Equivalent payment.5 The Agency will determine whether an Agency Contractor has taken all reasonable measures upon the review of information and attached compelling documentation provided by the Agency Contractor that demonstrates that it is not possible for the Agency Contractor to end discrimination in Benefits. A determination that it is not possible for the Agency Contractor to end discrimination in Benefits shall be based upon a consideration of such factors as: 4 For purposes of this provision, the term "effective date" refers to the date upon which the next Benefits plan year begins; the term "open enrollment period" refers to the time when employees are eligible to enroll themselves or others in the Agency Contractor's Benefits plan; the term "open enrollment process" begins when the Agency Contractor starts planning for, and negotiating with its insurance provider(s) regarding, the Benefits to be offered during the next Benefits plan year, and ends at the next effective date. 5 The following scenario is provided as an example of this provision: An Agency Contractor provides health insurance coverage for the spouses of its employees under Plan A. Plan A is unwilling to cover the Domestic Partners of employees. Plan B will provide coverage to Domestic Partners of employees, but is not as good as Plan A because there is a higher deductible and no prescription coverage. The Agency Contractor pays $100 toward the premium for spousal coverage under Plan A. Because Plan B is less expensive, the Agency Contractor pays $67 toward the premium for Domestic Partner coverage under Plan B, which is 33% less than the amount paid under Plan A. In order to not discriminate in the provision of Benefits, the Agency Contractor must provide a Cash Equivalent of $33 to those employees who elect coverage for their Domestic Partners under Plan B.
Reasonable Measures. After being served with a copy of an order pursuant to this subsection, the following shall apply: SOPA content
Reasonable Measures. The Lessee shall take all reasonable measures deemed necessary by the Administrator to accomplish the intent of this Article which measures may include, but are not limited to, modification to siting or design of facilities, timing of operations, and specifications of interim and final reclamation measures.

Related to Reasonable Measures

  • Corrective Measures If the Participating Generator fails to meet or maintain the requirements set forth in this Agreement and/or the CAISO Tariff, the CAISO shall be permitted to take any of the measures, contained or referenced in the CAISO Tariff, which the CAISO deems to be necessary to correct the situation.

  • Interim Measures Any party to the Dispute may apply to a court in New York, New York, for interim measures (a) prior to the constitution of the arbitral tribunal (and thereafter as necessary to enforce the arbitral tribunal’s rulings); or (b) in the absence of the jurisdiction of the arbitral tribunal to rule on interim measures in a given jurisdiction. The Parties agree that seeking and obtaining such interim measures shall not waive the right to arbitration. The Parties unconditionally and irrevocably submit to jurisdiction in New York, New York, for the limited purposes of an application for interim measures under this Section 20.1.11. The arbitrators (or in an emergency the presiding arbitrator acting alone in the event one or more of the other arbitrators is unable to be involved in a timely fashion) may grant interim measures including injunctions, attachments and conservation orders in appropriate circumstances, which measures may be immediately enforced by court order. Hearings on requests for interim measures may be held in person, by telephone, by video conference or by other means that permit the parties to the Dispute to present evidence and arguments.

  • Safeguard Measures The Parties note the multilateral negotiations pursuant to Article X of GATS on the question of emergency safeguard measures based on the principle of non-discrimination. Upon the conclusion of such multilateral negotiations, the Parties shall conduct a review for the purpose of discussing appropriate amendments to this Agreement so as to incorporate the results of such multilateral negotiations.

  • Safety Measures Awarded vendor shall take all reasonable precautions for the safety of employees on the worksite, and shall erect and properly maintain all necessary safeguards for protection of workers and the public. Awarded vendor shall post warning signs against all hazards created by the operation and work in progress. Proper precautions shall be taken pursuant to state law and standard practices to protect workers, general public and existing structures from injury or damage.

  • Temporary Safeguard Measures 1. A Contracting Party may adopt or maintain measures not conforming with its obligations under Article 2 relating to cross- border capital transactions and Article 15:

  • Bilateral Safeguard Measures 1. Where, as a result of the reduction or elimination of a customs duty under this Agreement, any product originating in a Party is being imported into the territory of another Party in such increased quantities, in absolute terms or relative to domestic production, and under such conditions as to constitute a substantial cause of serious injury or threat thereof to the domestic industry of like or directly competitive products in the territory of the importing Party, the importing Party may take bilateral safeguard measures to the minimum extent necessary to remedy or prevent the injury, subject to the provisions of paragraphs 2 to 10.

  • Mitigation Measures Company shall take commercially reasonable measures (except measures causing it to incur out-of-pocket expenses which BNYM does not agree in advance to reimburse) to mitigate losses or potential losses to BNYM, including taking verification, validation and reconciliation measures that are commercially reasonable or standard practice in the Company’s business.

  • Provisional Measures In critical circumstances where delay would cause damage which it would be difficult to repair, a Party may take a measure described in Article 7.1(a), (b) or (c) on a provisional basis pursuant to a preliminary determination that there is clear evidence that imports from the other Party have increased as the result of the reduction or elimination of a customs duty under this Agreement, and such imports constitute a substantial cause of serious injury, or threat thereof, to the domestic industry. The duration of such provisional measure shall not exceed 200 days, during

  • Appropriate Safeguards i. Business Associate shall use appropriate safeguards and comply with Subpart C of 45 C.F.R. Part 164 with respect to electronic PHI to prevent use or disclosure of PHI other than as provided in this Agreement.